Delhi vs Jharkhand Live Streaming, DLH vs JHA Live Streaming, DLH vs JHA TV Channel, 2nd Semi Final, Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018
Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018, India’s premier List A domestic cricket tournament, has reached the final phase of the competition with total four teams – Mumbai, Jharkhand, Hyderabad and Delhi – left in the fray to play out the semi finals. The 2nd Semi Final will take place between Mumbai and Hyderabad on October 18 (Wednesday), and will commence at 9 AM (IST), at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. Ahead of the 2nd Semi Final, i.e. Delhi vs Jharkhand One-Day Domestic clash (DLH vs JHA ODD), we look at the match preview, which will provide information regarding Delhi vs Jharkhand live streaming (DLH vs JHA live streaming) and DLH vs JHA TV Channel.
We will also look at the Delhi vs Jharkhand squads (DLH vs JHA squads) that will take place in Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018’s 2nd Semi Final on October 18. Let’s get started.
Delhi vs Jharkhand Live Streaming, DLH vs JHA Live Streaming, 2nd Semi Final, Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018
Delhi vs Jharkhand Live Streaming (DLH vs JHA Live Streaming): Hotstar
The Delhi vs Jharkhand 2nd Semi Final of the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018 will commence at 9 AM (IST), and will feature a handful of stars and talented cricketers, with an equal mix of veterans and budding talents. And the only way to witness these cricketers live in action would be to get access to the Delhi vs Jharkhand live streaming (DLH vs JHA live streaming) and DLH vs JHA TV channel.
Star Sports had made sure that the Indian audiences get to witness the Vijay Hazare Trophy through their Laptop/PC and TV screens. Therefore, you can access the Delhi vs Jharkhand live streaming (DLH vs JHA live streaming) on the digital wing of Star Sports, i.e. Hotstar, and the DLH vs JHA TV Channel will be Star Sports.
Earlier, it was reported that while Star India Network had acquired the broadcasting rights for the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018, they were only to provide some hand-picked fixtures for public viewership. And while many fixtures went unstreamed and unbroadcasted, the 2nd Semi Final of the tournament, Delhi vs Jharkhand One-Day Domestic (DLH vs JHA ODD) will be available for live streaming on Hotstar and even on TV, on Star Sports.
DLH vs JHA TV Channel, 2nd Semi Final, Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018
DLH vs JHA TV Channel: Star Sports
While Hotstar will get you the live streaming of the clash, you will need to check on the variants of Star Sports to find the live telecast of the Delhi vs Jharkhand TV Channel. Both of the teams have displayed dominant cricket skills in the run-up to the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018 playoffs, and therefore, it will be a treat to witness these sides live in action, on the DLH vs JHA TV Channel.
Delhi vs Jharkhand Squads, DLH vs JHA Squads, 2nd Semi Final, Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018
The DLH vs JHA squads will be packed with firepower, as has become clearly evident in India’s List A domestic cricket’s current season so far. Speaking about Delhi’s last clash, which had come against Haryana, it was due to the excellent bowling performances by Kulwant Khejroliya and Navdeep Saini that Delhi defeated their neighbouring state with a margin of 5 wickets.
Haryana had chosen to bat after winning the toss, and the main reason for their tragic exit from the playoffs was the 6-wicket haul by Kulwant Khejroliya, who only gave out 31 runs in his spell of 10 overs. On the other hand, Navdeep Saini also took 3 wickets, giving 39 insignificant runs. And although Haryana totalled 229 runs despite of the excellent bowling spells, in reply, Delhi batsmen Gautam Gambhir and Dhruv Shorey completed the task fairly easily.
While Team India veteran Gautam Gambhir scored a 72-ball 104, Dhruv Shorey chipped in with a half century of his own. Unmukt Chand, the opener had fell cheaply, but given the steady partnerships by the remaining batsmen of the Delhi side, the team sealed a comfortable victory with 10 overs to spare.
As we are speaking about the DLH vs JHA squads in this section, it is also necessary to look at Jharkhand’s performance in the Quarter Finals. In a rain-affected match, it was Jharkhand’s Anukul Roy who took a four-wicket haul to bundle out Maharashtra at a total of 181. And although their batting started out slow, there was little to worry with such a low-target to chase.
Owing to Shasheem Rathour’s unbeaten 81-ball 53, Jharkhand managed to reach 127 for a loss of 2 in 32.2 overs, when the rain stopped the play, taking the result into Jharkhand’s favour, and booking them a date with Delhi in the 2nd Semi Final on October 18.
Let us look at the DLH vs JHA squads below.
Delhi: Gautam Gambhir (c), Unmukt Chand, Pawan Negi, Manan Sharma, Nitish Rana, Dhruv Shorey, Navdeep Saini, Himmat Singh, Pranshu Vijayran, Rishabh Pant (wk), Suboth Bhati, Hiten Dalal, Kulwant Khejroliya, Lalit Yadav, Gaurav Kumar, Simarjeet Singh, Lakshay Thareja
Jharkhand: Saurabh Tiwary, Varun Aaron (c), Shahbaz Nadeem, Rahul Shukla, Kumar Deobrat, Anand Singh, Shasheem Sanjay Rathour, Monu Kumar, Virat Singh, Ashish Kumar, Ishan Kishan (wk), Sumit Kumar, Jaskaran Singh, Anukul Roy, Utkarsh Singh, Atul Singh Surwar